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A new year, and the January issue is hot as Muscle & Fitness' new look keeps getting better and better. With excellent coverage of the Olympia Weekend, and other articles with Vince Taylor (winner of Masters Olympia), Saryn Muldrow (winner of Fitness Olympia), and Kim Chizevsky (winner of Ms. Olympia).
Muscle & Fitness is considered to be the best of the non-hardcore bodybuilding magazines. It contains lots of information about the principles of fitness & bodybuilding. Each monthly magazine usually contains information about weight training, nutrition, training, bodybuilding and many other topics that are current in the bodybuilding and fitness world. Muscle & Fitness is more of a mainstream bodybuilding magazine, which has excellent articles and pictures.
January 1997 Table of Contents
- Sole Survivor: Dozens of the world's top bodybuilders and fitness competitors blew into Chicago in September for Joe Weider's Olympia Weekend, but the contest was no breeze. Only one defending champ, Dorian Yates, came through. Here is our photo filled report.
- True Brit: Learn how Mr. Olympia Dorian Yates, the world's best bodybuilder, builds his spectacular chest.
- Bodybuilding 101: Forgotten Exercises for Biceps: Still doing standing barbell curls for biceps? Shake up your workout with these seven lesser known mass building movements.
- Snow Job: Whether you'll be skiing or trying out a snowboard this winter, M&F shows you how to get in shape for a really cool and injury free season.
- Sequence for Size: Rearrange your exercise order to meet your training goals.
- Principles of Growth: Here's how to use the Weider Principles to plan your training cycle, arrange your exercises in each workout and perform each exercise for maximum effect.
- Targeting Problem Areas: Traps: Four pros explain how to attack small trap syndrome.
- Taylor Made! Vince Taylor isn't getting older, he's getting better. Here the Masters Olympia winner tells how he builds contest winning arms.
- Growing Out of Your Genes: So what if you don't sprout muscles like Arnold Schwarzenegger! With the right techniques and attitude, you can make the most of your genetic potential.
- Phen-Fen Frenzy: Do prescription drugs make it easier for bodybuilders to lose stubborn bodyfat? Weigh the results for yourself.
- Yoga for Bodybuilders; This ancient art enhances strength, flexibility and recuperative powers.
- Knock Out Muscle: Oscar de la Hoya builds the strength behind the punch.
- The Big Sneeze: It's cold season, in more ways than one. Here's how to judge whether you should be in the gym or home in bed.
- Stalling Tactics: If procrastination keeps you from reaching your goals, try our 10 surefire steps for getting off your mass.
- Super Spuds: The bodybuilder's favorite - the baked potato - turned into a mega meal.
- Power Surge: Learn how to control your blood sugar for more rapid gains in the gym.
- High Tech Supplementation: Make sense of the supplement jungle. Our how to guide explains the most effective supplementation regimen.
- Kim-Credible: Kim Chizevsky, fresh from one of the toughest Ms. Olympias ever, shows how to build legs to die for.
- Hot Danish: Fitness Olympia winner Saryn Maldrow shares her secrets for great abs.
- Physiology: What happens when you quite exercising?
- Sports Medicine: Knee Rehab: Easy Does it
- Editorial: Working towards Olympic Recognition by Joe Weider
- Perspective: On Pins & Needles by Tom Deters
- Success Stories: A new lease on life
- Mind in Bodybuilding: Work off the Holiday blues
- Body by Betty: Calories still count
- Training Notebook: Incline Dumbbell Press
- Training Notebook: Kinesiology:
- Training Notebook: Ask Mr. Olympia
- Lab Notes: What the media missed on 'Roid Rage
- Bodybuilding Science: The Incredible edible egg white. Creatine Update. From 'C' to shining 'C'. PS for mind & muscle
- Ask Arnold: Train at home or join a gym?
Nutrition Journal: Bone up on milk drinking
- The Marketplace
- Coming Next Month